Wildly Offensive English Language T-Shirts Are Apparently All The Rage In Asia

Is there a valid explanation for why an elderly Asian man who probably speaks no English might want to wear a t-shirt proudly declaring “CAT SHIT EVERY DAY”? Surely, there must be. Let us know in the comments if you have an explanation.

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

They'll wear anything in Asia...

11 thoughts on “Wildly Offensive English Language T-Shirts Are Apparently All The Rage In Asia”

  1. I guess this is the flip side of English speaking hipsters sporting tattoos of Chinese characters that say “Stir-fried rice noodles with egg and pork”.

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  2. I think the first guy was wearing the cat poo t-shrit because he was tired of cleaning up his cats litter tray? 😂

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  3. Once ‎Martin Friedman said “I saw American dude tattooed ‘kitchen’ in Chinese Character.”
    The foreign language is difficult for anyone.

  4. Funny, same as non-Chinese speakers wearing T-shirts with Chinese characters. Like: 鬼佬,黑鬼 LOL

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